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Gallery 15: Friedrich Miescher

Gallery 15: Friedrich Miescher
Portrait of Friedrich Miescher
friedrich miescher, portrait
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Friedrich Miescher used the exudate from pus covered bandages to isolate the substance nuclein.
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16344. Gallery 15: Friedrich Miescher's laboratory in 1879
1879 picture of the laboratory where Miescher isolated nuclein. The lab was run by Felix Hoppe-Seyler, and located in the vaults of an old castle.
15671. Friedrich Miescher's laboratory, 1879
In 1869, a Swiss doctor, Friedrich Miescher, isolated a new chemical substance.
16062. Friedrich Miescher
16356. Biography 15: Friedrich Miesche (1844-1895)
In 1869, Friedrich Miescher isolated "nuclein," DNA with associated proteins, from cell nuclei. He was the first to identify DNA as a distinct molecule.
16342. Animation 15: DNA and proteins are key molecules of the cell nucleus.
Friedrich Miescher and Phoebus Levene research nuclein, protein. and DNA.
16241. Gallery 8: Theodor Boveri portrait
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16242. Gallery 8: Theodor Boveri portrait 2
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16302. Gallery 12: Charles Darwin portrait drawing
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